Scenario: Vladimir Tarnopolski after Plato & Pliny the Elder
Compillation of the texts and additionally fragments: Ralph Guenther Mohnnau
Studio for New Music ensemble
Conductor Igor Dronov
Concept & Realisation: Palindrome Dance Company
Staging & Choreography: Robert Wechsler
Interactive video designer: Frieder Weiss
The award presentation and a ballet gala dedicated to the new laureates
From April 11 through 17, 2015, the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Music Theatre opens its stage for guest performers – world ballet stars. Taking part in the Theatre’s current repertoire will be Ivan Vasiliev, Vladimir Shklyarov, Polina Semionova, and Yonah Acosta.
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Choreography: Martin Schläpfer
Music: Symphony No 7 in E minor by Gustav Mahler
Choreography: Martin Schläpfer
Conductor: Axel Cober
Stage and costume design: Florian Etti
Light design: Volker Weinhart
On March 13, Stanislavsky Ballet’s Principal Dancer Oksana Kardash made her debut as Giselle. Elizaveta Cheprasova danced in the 1st act’s pas de deux, also for the first time.
The last days of February and the beginning of March happen to have been quite fruitful for Stanislavsky Ballet: every performance was a whole bunch of debuts. Congratulations to the debutants for their new artistic victories! They are: in La Bayadère, Yulia Stepanova as Gamzatti, Alexandr Seleznev as Solor’s Friend, and Sergey Manuilov as Golden Idol; in Esmeralda: Erika Mikirticheva as Esmeralda, Denis Dmitriev as Phoebus, Ksenia Shevtsova as Fleur-de-Lys’s Companion, Anastasia Limenko in the 3rd variation, and Alexander Omelchenko as one of the Officers.
On March 1, Principal Singer of Stanislavsky Opera Maria Makeeva appeared in Vadim Vernik’s TV show Who Is There… (“Kto tam…”) on Rossia-Kultura TV Channel.
On February 24, Stanislavsky Ballet’s principal dancer Ksenia Ryzhkova made her debut as Odetta/Odilia in the ballet Swan Lake. She was trained for the debut by Margarita Drozdova. Maria Beck made her debut in the pas de quatre.
February 18, 19, 21, and 22 saw premiere performances of Khovanshchina. It is the first time that the Theatre turned its attention to this opera my Modest Mussorgsky. Working on the production have been: Alexander Lazarev, Conductor; Alexander Titel, Stage Director; Vladimir Arefiev, Set Designer; Stanislav Lykov, Principal Chorus Master; Maria Danilova, Costume Designer; and Damir Ismagilov, Lighting Designer.
The national newspaper Muzykalnoe Obozrenie (Musical Review) honored the ballet Tatiana as Event of the Year. The newspaper has awarded the yearly award, Events and Persons of the Year, since 1995. It is the only professional award in Russia in the field of academic music.
On February 9, at the Radio Orpheus’s traditional Tuesday broadcast, the Stanislavsky Music Theatre’s principal singers Ksenia Dudnikova and Anton Zaraev talked about rehearsals for Modest Mussorgsky’s opera Khovanshchina, whose opening night is scheduled for February 18.
On February 9, at the French Republic Ambassador’s residence, a ceremony took place of presenting the Order of Legion of Honor. French Ambassador Jean-Maurice Ripert handed the honorable distinctions to Elena Gagarina, General Manager of the Moscow Kremlin Museums, and Vladimir Urin, General Manager of the Bolshoi Theatre. In his gratitude address, Vladimir Urin heartily thanked the entire team of the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Music Theatre who have participated in the majority or Russian and French joint projects.